Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden Set to Re-Open!

We’ve waited a whole year for this moment! For their upcoming 35th anniversary on April 24th, Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden will finally re-open to the public with timed-entry tickets.

The garden is over-flowing with spring foliage, the koi are waiting to be spotted amongst the aquamarine water, the Gift Shop has some spectacular new additions and special installations have been prepped…

The new exhibition will take you on a trip back in time where you can celebrate and honor the Garden as it continues to be recognized as a culturally diverse and educational hub for the past 35 years. Enjoy objects and memorabilia from the past such as archive photos, historical newspaper clippings, video displays, and tools used by craftsman while building the Garden.

Book your admissions here.

For this Spring re-opening, the Garden has adopted some new COVID-safe policies that include:

  • Relocating the primary entrance to Keefer and Carrall St.
  • Face coverings reccomdations.
  • A new, easy to follow, one-way route signposted through the Garden.
  • Safe distance markers throughout the Garden.
  • Hand sanitiser stations.

More from the Garden

Wellness in the Garden

Start your day with a relaxing, outdoor 60-minute movement session between 9:30am-10:30am. All sessions are limited to 6 people and participants are invited to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Garden for 30 minutes before and after class.

  • Yoga class on April 24th, with Yoga instructor Nathalie Keiller. Register here.
  • Qigong (an ancient old system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation) class on April 25th, with instructor Lucas Trottier. Register here.

 

Wellness at Home

This series of classes aims to bring wellness to your everyday life, through early morning yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi sessions via zoom. While all these classes have been running throughout the Garden’s closure, they will also continue over the next few months.

Yoga – Mondays and every second Thursday at 9:30am PST
Tai Chi – Wednesdays at 1pm PST
Meditation – Every second Friday at 9:30am PST

 

Tea Appreciation Workshop

Hosted by senior trainer of traditional Chinese tea ceremony and former in-house tea artist at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, Lillian Li, this virtual workshop is specially designed for everyone who loves tea and wishes to learn more about its origin and culture. You’ll also learn why tea consumption is so commonly associated with a mindful and healthy lifestyle, as well as learning about tea tasting, aesthetics, and tea etiquette. Register here.

 

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